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the suspect in the cleveland kidnappings could face the death penalty. prosecutors promise to charge ariel castro for every act of violence he's committed against three women he's held for years. doctors may have discovered a fountain of youth for your heart. a new treatment may not just keep hearts healthy. it may make them young again. and royal welcome. britain's prince harry starts his latest trip to the u.s. with a trip to the white house. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, may 10th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm duarte geraldino. the county prosecutor in cleveland says he may seek the death penalty for ariel castro, the man who allegedly kidnap and
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held three women captive for a decade. castro is being held on bail on a suicide watch in jail. last night in cleveland bells tolled for the kidnapping victims. about 100 people and community leaders gathered at a church to show their support for the three women. they were also updated on the investigation by city officials. michelle knight, one of the kidnapping victims, remaining in cleveland hospital. a family member says knight was beat son badly during her captivity that she may need facial reconstruction. the ordeal left her deaf in one ear. a police report says that knight suffered at least five miscarriages that castro is accused of causing. the prosecutors are planning to charge the 52-year-old for every act of violence committed against the women. on thursday castro made his first appearance in court. dean reynolds is there.
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>> there was nightmarish conduct that lasted for a decade. >> mr. castro stands before you a captive. the women are free to resume their lives that were interrupted, and also with the promise and the hope that justice will be served. >> reporter: ariel castro faces four charges of kidnapping and three of rape. in the brutal confinement of the young women,my shell knight, gina dejesus, amanda berry, and her 6-year-old daughter, all held as prisoners in his dingy home on seymour street. officials say the three women were bound at times, starved, and sexually assaulted. the police report said knight suffered five miscarriages brought on by beatings. county prosecutor timothy mcginty said his office will consider seeking the death penalty. >> this child kidnapper operated a torture chamber and private prison in the heart of our city.
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the horrific brutality and torture that the victims endured for a decade is beyond comprehension. >> reporter: under ohio law the unlawful termination of a pregnancy is considered aggravated murder. castro is the lone suspect in this case now. he's been on suicide watch ever since his arrest on monday night at a fast food restaurant which followed a tip to the cops by one of his captives. we learned the fbi discovered a lengthy note from castro at his house. written in 2004 and suicidal in tone, it's an admission of kidnappings, a claim that he was abused as a child and an ak nomment he's a sexual predator. it also blames the women for their own abduction, but he asks whatever money he has be donated to his victims after his death. so what was different about monday night that resulted in the women's rescue? well, they told the police their captor simply failed to secure the front door the way he always did when he went out, locking
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only the outer sturdy storm door. amanda berry saw that, took a chance, and it paid off. dean reynolds, cbs news, cleveland. the death toll from a garment factory building in bangladesh that collapsed more than two weeks ago is climbing. more than 1,000 bodies have been pulled from the rubble. it's unclear how many people are missing. the collapse was blamed on shoddy construction and a disregard for safety regulations. the week-long search for a place to bury the body of boston marathon bombing suspect tamerlan tsarnaev is over. an anonymous donor accepted so yesterday. meanwhile congress is looking into the government's response to the bombings. danielle nottingham has that part of the story. >> reporter: lawmakers want to know if there were gaps in counterterrorism surveillance that might have prevented the boston marathon bombings. the fbi and cia received separate warnings from russia in 2011 that suspect tamerlan tsarnaev had become radicalized. >> the fbi never gave any input
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that they had, never gave the name to the boston police to cope an eye on him. to me that's inexcusable. >> reporter: boston police say if they had known, they might have take an closer look at tsarnaev. >> when information is out there that affects the safety of my community, i need to know that. >> reporter: former senator joseph lieberman helped create the homeland security department after the 9/11 attack. lieberman testified authorities should have also been concerned about tsarnaev's online activities. >> i'm afraid that they didn't know that tamerlan had put up his own youtube channel and was broadcasting all those violent islamic extremist videos. that's one of the places where the system broke down. >> reporter: this was the first in a series of hearings on the bombings. some lawmakers say the attacks were the first real security failure since 9/11. the fbi released a statement thursday afternoon saying the tsarnaev assessment was thorough, comprehensive, and
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fully compliant with policy. they say they had men assigned to the joint security task force that assessed tsarnaev and all personnel had access to an online terrorist application. danielle nottingham, cbs news, capitol hill. britain's prince harry is visiting the u.s. he's showing support for the prison personnel and also here on a trip to repair his image. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on that. susan, good morning. >> good morning, duarte. images of prince harry partying heavy last summer in las vegas stand out heavily in everybody's memory, but we understand this year's trip to the u.s. will be all business. prince harry heads to arlington national cemetery this morning to pay his respects to america's fallen soldiers. the prince, who has done two tours of duty in afghanistan himself, is expected to visit section 60 where men who fought in iraq and afghanistan are buried. he'll then visit wounded soldiers at walter reed medical center.
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during his trip prince harry is bringing attention to a charity called halo trust which is dedicated to ending the use of land mines worldwide. during the dinner at the embassy last night he talked about why this charity is personal. >> my mother who believed passionately in this cause would be so proud of my association with halo. and in her special way she adopted it as her own. >> earlier in the day the prince made a surprise visit to the white house to visit mothers and children of military families. prince harry started his washington, d.c., tour with a trip to capitol hill thursday, and he made quite an impression on some congressional staffers. >> he's got a great smile. >> many of them lined up hoping to catch the eye of one of the world's most eligible accent. >> an accent generally gets the guy. hey, harry. >> i don't know what our
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strategy is. to be our charming selves. >> yeah. >> despite his playboy presentation, royal watchers say he'll mind his ps and qs in this trip to america. many are reminded of what happened on the trip last summer where what happened in vegas failed to stay in vegas. during this trip the prince will also visit new jersey and visit areas heavily affected by superstorm sandy and new york city and a charity polo match in greenwich, connecticut. duarte? >> susan mcginnis. thanks. coming up on "morning news," sailing tragedy, a yacht sailor is killed what his sailboat capsizes during a training run. this is the "cbs morning news." s can you believe it's all from sears? this is her day. this is sears. if yand you're talking toevere rheuyour rheumatologistike me, about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab.
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ask your doctor if humira can work for you. this is humira at work. hi, listen i think you could do better. oh no, he's a nice guy. no i'm talking about your yogurt. in a national taste test dannon oikos fat free strawberry flavor beat chobani 2 to 1. look babe i'm doing better. dannon oikos greek nonfat yogurt. ♪ dannon sky watchers in australia's outback this morning gathered to watch a solar eclipse. it's known as a ring of fire. the moon is too far away right now to block all the sun's light, so it leaves behind a ring of light as it passes.
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an olympic gold medalist was killed when his boat capsized. he was practicing for america's cup in san francisco's bay at the time. he died and another sailor was hurt when their catamaran capsized yesterday. doctors weren't able to revive simpson after he had been trapped under water for ten minutes. >> it's a shocking experience to go through, and we have a lot to deal with in the next few days in terms of assuring everybody's well being. >> the coast guard isn't sure what caused the sailboat to capsize. on "cbs moneywatch" president obama talks health care and jobs and a serious mixup at whole foods. ashley morrison is here in new york with that and more. good morning to you, ashley. >> good morning to you, duarte. yesterday in texas the president paint add rosier picture of the economy as he called for a more aggressive job creation effort.
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during the speech he called on congress to pass jobs, education, and minimum wage proposals. asian stocks were mostly higher after the dollar hit a four-year high against the yen. tokyo's nikkei jumped nearly 3% to a five and a half year high while hong kong's hang seng dipped a half a percent. wasn't enough to keep the forward momentum going on wall street. the dow lost 22 points yesterday while the nasdaq fell 4 points. american airlines agreed to pay nearly $25 million against safety complaints against its aircraft. the faa fined them $152 million for problems with electrical wiring and other issues spanning for years. the price tag cuts that down to a fraction. american and its subsidiary american eagle both deny any wrongdoing. and labeling mixup by whole food stores could cause customers some serious health problems.
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the labels for a chicken salad and a vegan version were mixed up at 15 stores in connecticut, maine, massachusetts, new jersey, and new york. the vegan salad contains soy, and the curried chicken salad has eggs, which could cause an allergic reaction. you'll want to be careful. >> things to watch out for. ashley morrison here in new york. thanks, ashley. straight ahead, baby boom. find out which newborn names are gaining popularity. and turning back the clock. a hormone that appears to reverse the effect of aging on the heart. on the heart. ( telephone rings ) hi, honey. how's the camping trip? well, kids had fun, but i think i slept on a rock. what are you doing? having coffee. ah, sounds good! i thought you'd say that. ah. ♪ the best part of wakin' up... ♪ you're the best! wake up to the mountain grown aroma of folgers. ♪ ... is folgers in your cup!
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here's a look alt today's forecast in some cities around the country. new york, afternoon thunderstorms, 78 degrees. miami, mostly sunny, 86. chicago, cloudy, 57. dlarks thunderstorms, 79. los angeles, 75 degrees. time now for a check of the national forecast. severe weather strikes texas, louisiana, and mississippi this afternoon with a high risk of large damaging hail. more heavy rain along with strong winds arrives in the midwest and the atlantic. out west expect scattered storms in utah, colorado, arizona, and new mexico. harvard researchers may have unlocked the key to keeping the heart healthy into old age. dr. jon lapook tells us about a promises hormone. >> reporter: doctors rich lee and amy richards may have discovered a way to renew the old sick heart. make them young again.
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>> the heart is a very key organ that experiences decline in function as people age, and we wanted to understand how that decline and function arose and whether we might be able to intervene and stop it or reverse it. >> reporter: during age-related heart failure the heart grows larger as the muscle thickens and becomes stiff. that can cause blood to back up into the lungs, which can make it hard to breathe. >> there has been a suspicion that there's a circulating hormone or some material that can reverse some of the aging process. >> reporter: the harvard team honed in on a hormone called gdf-11, which declines with age in mice. it took gdf-11 from young healthy mice and gave it to old mice with heart failure. >> the heart is not known for being a regenerative organ, so i actively secretly did not expect to see any results in these experiments. >> reporter: the results took him by surprise.
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>> when old mice took to the new hormone hormones, then their hearts go back quite dramatically to the appearance of the young mouse's heart in just a few weeks. >> reporter: this is the heart of the young mouse. this is the heart of an enlarged heart of an old mouse and the heart after receiving gdf-11. it returns to normal size. this hormone also exists in people. so the next step is to see if it has the same effect in humans and if there are any side effects. clinical trials could start in four to five years. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. and some familiar names top the list of the most popular baby names from last year. in boys the most popular name was jacob for the 14th year in a row followed by mason and ethan. for girls, sophia was the most popular name for girls for a second straight year followed by emma and isabella. gaining popularity for boys, messiah and major, and for the
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girls, aria and perla. when we return a former hostage speaks out. jessica buchanan describes being taken by bandits in somalia and her dramatic rescue by navy s.e.a.l.s. pets collection and help support homeless pets. 5% of every tommy bahama purchase goes to petsmart charities. exclusively at petsmart®. i'll bebooop. back. hi, listen i think you could do better. oh no, he's a nice guy. no i'm talking about your yogurt. see dannon oikos is so rich and thick and smooth. so smooth. in a national taste test dannon oikos fat free strawberry flavor beat chobani 2 to 1. mmmm. stamos? look babe - i'm doing better. she means the yogurt.
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join us babe. try it for yourself. dannon oikos greek nonfat yogurt. landmark catches fire overn. what the owner tried to do save his restaurant. plus: tragic accident. a yacht flips over on the b killing an olympic gold medalist. now - the investigation into how it happened. and a south bay day-care ce is shut down. what social services found in a surprise inspection. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:3 good morning. it's friday, ,,,,
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., afternoon thunderstorm, 83 degrees. atlanta, mostly cloudy, 82. st. louis, 70 degrees. denver, afternoon thunderstorms, 66. seattle, 82 degrees. there's a serious problem onboard the international space station this morning. a vital cooling fluid is leaking. the radiator fluid cools the station's power supply, but backup systems can be turned on. the station's commander says the radiator leak doesn't put the six people onboard at risk. they have escaped ships, but there's no plan to use them.
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last january american aide worker jessica buchanan was rescued by the navy s.e.a.l.s. she had been held captive by somalian pirates. for the first time she's talking about her ordeal with scott pelley's "60 minutes." she told scott pelley the ordeal began when the kidnappers abruptly stopped her car. >> we stopped very abruptly. so abruptly that everybody just fall forward and i start hearing all of this pounding on the windows and the windshield and all this shouting in somali. and there's a man standing there screaming, and he has an ak-47, and he's shouting and pointing it at us. and then he climbs into the car next to me and he points an ak in my face and they're hyped up like they're on speed, and all of a sudden we just take off. the driver just takes off and we just start slamming all over the place down these camel tracks. >> what did you think they were going to do? >> i figured they were going to
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rape me and then kill me, and i just keep thinking this can't be the end. this can't be the end of my life. i'm only 32 years old. i haven't had any children yet. >> you ka watch scott pelley's entire interview with jessica buchanan this sunday at 7:00 p.m., 6:00 central. in tampa, 20-year-old bryan zuniga ran off during a traffic stop. a few hours later he walked into the hospital with fights to his face and arms. he said he had been attacked by an alligator. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," singer/songwriter josh groban, plus a look at hollywood's new take on the classic novel "the great gatsby." we'll talk to filmmakers. i'm duarte geraldino. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news."
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clusters of pustules, pimples. i had this shingle rash right next to my spine. the soreness was excruciating. it was impossible to even think about dancing. when you're dancing, your partner is holding you. so, his hand would have been right in the spot that i had the shingles. no tango. no rhumba. you can't be touched.
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seven people in the u.s. seven people in the u.s. have been arrested in a modern-day bank heist pulled off by a network of hackers. the thieves stole $45 million. as john miller reports, the scheme involved thousands of atms. >> reporter: on the afternoon of february 19th, eight men waited at various locations near banks in midtown manhattan. they were waiting for messages from computer hackers, a list of stolen p.i.n. numbers. that was their signal to start withdrawing money from atms. loretta lynch is the united states attorney in brooklyn. >> they're told where to stand, they're told where to start, they're told you're going to hit as many atms as possible. once they get those p.i.n.s, they become a criminal flash mob. >> reporter: the secret service
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alleges the eight men were part of a global operation that's found a new way to steal cold hard cash in staggering amounts. prosecutors charge that jose reyes belonged to the new york cell. they say that reyes began his trek, sweeping south down new york's broadway hitting atm after atm. when it was over, reyes had stuffed $41,000 into his backpack. investigators say the new york team that reyes belonged to netted $2.4 million. cells in 26 countries struck that day for a worldwide take of $40 million. that breaks down to $127,000 a minute. a smaller heist two months earlier had grabbed $5 million for a total of $45 million. >> they use malware, they use spyware, they create programs. it can take them sometimes anywhere from 2 to 18 months to work out these very sophisticated programs.
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>> isn't this a stunning level of cyber sophistication? >> it is. >> reporter: banks are targeted by hackers who then write programs to eliminate withdrawal limits on prepaid debit cards. the hackers then increase the account balances on those cards. >> and they just go out and collect the money. it's literally getting your money for free. >> reporter: while the people behind this scam have gone to a lot of trouble to keep their identities concealed, federal prosecutors believe they're probably overseas. the men who took the money out of cash machines on the ground here in new york were a lot easier to notice. they went into auto dealerships and paid $250,000 in cash for a mercedes and a porsche. john miller, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," president obama promotes health care reform at the white house today. we'll get analysis from john dickerson. plus, the controversy over
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the koch brothers possibly buying "the tribune" and "the new york times." plus house leader nancy employee city stops by the studio. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. i'm duarte geraldino. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald our weatherman has track shoes on. >> yes, he does. >> good morning, it's friday, may 10. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time just about 4:30. lawrence just ran up to the desk. >> just like that.
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>> i got my air jordans. i hopped right over here, guys. i was cruising! fog in the bay area again this morning, drizzle showing up at the coastline. the temperatures mainly in the 50s. we have mother's day coming up this weekend. we have to get this forecast right. we hope we do. we'll talk about that coming up. >> mother nature, right? she better get it right. mom. outside now here's the golden gate bridge. there is some overnight roadwork across the deck. you can see maybe lanes closed. we have an accident in san francisco. we'll tell you more about that coming up in traffic in a little bit. and at 4:30, we begin with breaking news. a fire has closed a popular restaurant on forbes island between piers 39 and 41. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran joins us live from the scene with how the owner tried to save his restaurant. cate. >> reporter: good morning. we'll get to that in just a moment. but i want to

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